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synonyms for auditive

  • audible
  • aural
  • audile
  • acoustic
  • auricular
  • otic
  • sound
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How to use auditive in a sentence

They are of two orders; the purely auditive, and the intellectual or moral.
FUNDAMENTAL PHILOSOPHY, VOL. I (OF 2)JAIME LUCIANO BALMES
Exceptional visual and auditive imaging power are rarely present in the same individual.
A LIBRARIAN'S OPEN SHELFARTHUR E. BOSTWICK
He was a rapid mental calculator, using auditive imagery rather than visual.
MAJOR PROPHETS OF TO-DAYEDWIN E. SLOSSON
He is an "auditive" as well as a "visualist," to employ the precious classification of the psychiatrists.
UNICORNSJAMES HUNEKER
Simply because our auditive perception has assumed the habit of saturating itself with visual images.
BERGSON AND HIS PHILOSOPHYJ. ALEXANDER GUNN
The visual sense had here been rapidly replaced by the tactual and auditive senses.
POPULAR SCIENTIFIC LECTURESERNST MACH
What we call the auditive organ is in the lower animals simply a sac containing auditive stones.
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But besides the auditive function, Weber's ossicles may perfectly well discharge some other function.
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WORDS RELATED TO AUDITIVE

  • acoustic
  • audible
  • audile
  • auditive
  • aural
  • auricular
  • otic
  • sound
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